2017 #MothersDay Kindle Fire #Giveaway

2017 Mother’s Day Kindle Fire Giveaway ($250 Value)

The price of a Kindle Fire has come way down in the past few years but this giveaway is still valued at $250. That’s plenty of cash to buy a Kindle Fire AND load it full of books. The winner will have their choice of a $250 Amazon.com Gift Card or $250 in Paypal Cash!

Thanks to this awesome group of authors, bloggers, and publishers for making this giveaway possible.

Sponsor List

I Am A Reader
Kathy Habel
Laurie Here – Cont Fiction and MORE
Heather Boyd, Regency Romance Author
Author Mary Ting
Author Dorothy Dreyer
Helen Smith
MagicalCoolCatMysteries
Toi Thomas
Heather Gray, Author
Glistering: B’s Blog
Geybie’s Book Blog
Wishful Endings
Prism Book Tours
Lori’s Reading Corner
Aubrey Wynne: Timeless Romance
Joshua David Bellin
Author Crystal Marcos
Jo Noelle
Cynthia Luhrs Author
Pauline Creeden, Author
B. Kristin McMichael
Joyce DiPastena
Lise McClendon – Author
Simple Wyrdings
Auggie @ AuggieTalk
LeahSay’s View

Giveaway Details

$250 in Paypal Cash or a $250 Amazon.com eGift Card

Ends 5/13/17

Open only to those who can legally enter, receive and use money sent via Paypal or gift codes via Amazon.com. Winning Entry will be verified prior to prize being awarded. No purchase necessary. You must be 18 or older to enter or have your parent enter for you. The winner will be chosen by rafflecopter and announced here as well as emailed and will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook, Twitter, Rafflecopter or any other entity unless otherwise specified. The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. Giveaway was organized by Kathy from I Am A Reader and sponsored by the authors, bloggers and publishers on the sponsor list. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.

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Happy Mother’s Day! – 2015

Wikipedia

There’s something about mothers, the bearers of life, the ultimate nurtures!

Let’s be honest, deep down we all love our mothers, even when we don’t get along with them. Mothers are the ones we want to comfort us and tell us that everything is going to be alright, whether they gave birth to us or not. There isn’t much more I can say without getting philosophical, and you guys didn’t sign up for that today. I will however state, that all mothers should be put on a pedestal and praised as much as possible, but especially on this day…unless they happen to be a bad mother. Even bad mothers are due some modicum of respect simply for what they are.

If you’d like, click the link below to see a video I made for my mother a few years back. Just to give you a reference for what’s going on in this video, I live in Virginia and she lives in Texas.

Facebook.com/Toinette.Thomas/videos…

Thank you for taking the time to read this post. If you like it let me know and share it with others. See you next time, Toi Thomas. #thetoiboxofwords

What do mothers think about reading? #MothersDay

This is a question I’ve asked of my friends and family, but have now decided to extend to any mother willing to share her option. I made a video asking three simple questions and asked mothers or mother figures to send me video, audio, or simply written answers to share with the world. I posted my video to Facebook hoping I’d get a response from those closest to me, but they are not the only ones liked like to hear from.

If you are interested in helping me with this project, you can send me your answers to the following three questions at author@etoithomas.com. If you’d like to see my video plea, click here to view it on Facebook.

1. Why or is reading important to you as a mother?

2. What book has inspired or impacted you as a mother or do you think other mothers would like?

3. If you could write a book what would you write: something autobiographical, something fictional, or something for children, etc…

This is an unoffical Author Insights post.

Thank you for taking the time to read this post. If you like it let me know and share it with others. See you next time, Toi Thomas. #thetoiboxofwords